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Customization can be done in 2 ways.
(require 'viper)line. This method is not recommended, unless you know what you are doing. Only two variables,
viper-custom-file-nameare supposed to be customized in `.emacs', prior to loading Viper.
Most of Viper's behavior can be customized via the interactive Emacs user
interface. Choose "Customize" from the menubar, click on "Editing", then on
"Emulations". The customization widget is self-explanatory. Once you are
satisfied with your changes, save them into a file and then include the
contents of that file in the Viper customization repository, `.viper'
viper-custom-file-name, which are
supposed to go into
Some advanced customization cannot be accomplished this way, however, and has to be done in Emacs Lisp. For the common cases, examples are provided that you can use directly.
3.1 Rudimentary Changes Simple constant definitions. 3.2 Key Bindings Enabling Emacs Keys, Rebinding keys, etc. 3.2.1 Packages that Change Keymaps How to deal with such beasts. 3.3 Viper Specials Special Viper commands. 3.4 Vi Macros How to do Vi style macros.
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